“Berry Cure” DEFEATS Aggressive Cancer (AMAZING!)
Life after any diagnosis is chaotic, but when it’s cancer… and your whole world’s been turned upside down… nothing else really compares.
It’s a scary and emotional time – loaded with worst-case scenarios and “what ifs.”
And frankly, the mainstream docs who should be helping you are only making things worse… USING YOU as a guinea pig for all sorts of experimental drugs and procedures.
But now, you can finally put your mind at ease…
Because a pair of Chinese studies have just confirmed that one sweet, succulent fruit can STOP the spread of tough-to-treat cancer… WITHOUT the side effects and confusion of mainstream “care.”
And the best part?
You can get it for just pennies a day.
That’s right – today, I’m talking about Rubus idaeus (also known as red raspberry).
In one of the studies, published in The American Journal of Chinese Medicine, researchers from Chung Shan Medical University tested red raspberry extract against human head and neck cancer cells in an in vitro lab model. In the other, published in Environmental Toxicology, they did the same – but with mouth cancer cells.
And in both cases, the berry extract SUPPRESSED the cancer’s growth and spread!
That’s certainly impressive, because while these kinds of cancer are relatively rare – more common in South Asian, Middle Eastern, and North African countries than the United States – they’re known for being incredibly hard to treat.
It’s like they specialize in metastasis… easily spreading throughout the nasopharyngeal (nose and throat) region to the lymph nodes in your neck and BEYOND… posing new challenges for treatment.
Mainstream cancer docs might be able to keep up…
But as the studies show, raspberry extract has NO PROBLEM.
In both scenarios,researchers observed that spreading was slowed thanks to the extract’s inhibition of MMP-2, an enzyme that’s integral to cancer cells’ invasion of nearby tissue…
Plus, they identified that the MMP-2 inhibition resulted from the raspberry solution BLOCKINGa larger signaling pathway… demonstrating its potent anti-cancer power.
And while it may be possible to get the same cancer-blocking benefits by just eating more raspberries – delicious additions to any yogurt, cereal, baked item, or afternoon snack – you should focus on the fruit’s leaves.
Often, scientists use dried or powdered leaves to create the extracts studied in their research, so that’s your best bet for replicating their results. Fortunately, you can easily find red raspberry supplements online or at your local health food store.
Retailers like Swanson offer 90-capsule bottles for around $10 a pop.
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